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I have just got my new pinapple however im haveing a few problems with it.

The first day i got this i was able to connect to it and get into the settings fine. This morning the wlan light was on however i was not able to see the SSID at all on any device. After hours of trying to connect to it with wireless and ethernet i though i should reset it to the settings when i receved it so i held down the reset button on the back for about 20-30 seconds.

After this the wlan light does not light up at all. When i connect with ethernet (giveing myself a static IP and subnet mask) i turn on the pinapple wait a few seconds on the light for lan comes up (my pc notises this and starts a connection) then the light on on the pinapple goes off.

After this nothing happens. I am not able to get a connection to it at all :(

Someone please help.

Thanks

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I have tryed flashing this too however im even getting problems when doing this. I have watched the vid and following the steps exacley, i connect power to the pinapple just after i have clicked go but it just comes back with "no packet"

:(

I have tryed 3 diffrent ethernet cables!!

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Sorry to post on this thread again however i have tryed a few more times and i got a diffrent resault when trying the flash.

I got the following:

stderr:Expected ARP with length 60, received 42

stderr:Non ARP received. Make sure the device is connected directly.

No Packet receved

After it said these lines about 20-30 times i got no packets receved and the lan light went off on the pineapple.

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Sorry to post on this thread again however i have tryed a few more times and i got a diffrent resault when trying the flash.

I got the following:

stderr:Expected ARP with length 60, received 42

stderr:Non ARP received. Make sure the device is connected directly.

No Packet receved

After it said these lines about 20-30 times i got no packets receved and the lan light went off on the pineapple.

Make sure you plug the ethernet cable that is attached to the pineapple directly into your computer when you flash, otherwise it will not work.

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Sorry to post on this thread again however i have tryed a few more times and i got a diffrent resault when trying the flash.

I got the following:

stderr:Expected ARP with length 60, received 42

stderr:Non ARP received. Make sure the device is connected directly.

No Packet receved

After it said these lines about 20-30 times i got no packets receved and the lan light went off on the pineapple.

I hope your not using the battery pack while flashing...

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Just to let other know who may experience simlar issues it was due to the battrys (power)

Although the power light was on if you experience any issues connecting its worth a try changeing them :P

@TT0T Yer i was i havent picked up my self a USA to GB plug converter yet :P

Thanks,

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  • 8 months later...

I just got my mark 4 in the mail today and I tried reseting it and then flashing it. Im getting this same problem when I am running Freifunk Ap51 EasyFlash. I keep getting the error " stderr:Non ARP received. Make sure the device is connected directly. " I am using the plug it came with and ive tried with two different Ethernet cables. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance.

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